About PhotonIC Corp.
PhotonIC Corp. is an emerging market leader in the
development and production of next-generation products for such high-growth
industries as mobile telephony, gaming, and high-end computing.
Leader in Silicon Photonic Technology
PhotonIC Corporation's silicon
photonic technology holds the key to fulfilling market demands for higher
speed, efficiency, and processing power at lower costs. This technology allows
for the integration of optical and electronic components on a single substrate, combining the functionality of conventional electronic devices with the reduced power consumption, diminished latency, and vastly
increased bandwidth and transmission speed of photonic solutions.
PhotonIC Corp. has long
realized that current silicon electronics technology is rapidly approaching its
limit, inhibited by thermal and bandwidth bottlenecks resulting from the
physical limitations of the copper wiring on which it is based. As a result,
traditional microelectronic devices are falling short of meeting market needs.
PhotonIC Corp. is already ahead of the curve by applying proprietary technologies to the development, fabrication, and production of highly integrated photonic and electronic (HIP/E) components and devices.
PhotonIC Corp. also brings to bear proprietary, CMOS-compatible manufacturing processes, along with a highly developed in-house fabrication facility, that allow us to optimize the performance of our products while dramatically lowering manufacturing costs.
PhotonIC Corp. — in short — combines the processing methodologies of conventional integrated circuits with novel photonic circuit designs to produce highly integrated, silicon-based products that will meet the need for enhanced system performance at lower cost for generations to come.
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